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Gorilla 8 fl. oz. Wood Glue
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Gorilla

8 fl. oz. Wood Glue

$3.97 /each

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Gorilla Wood Glue is the reliable adhesive that woodworkers, carpenters and hobbyists trust for their woodworking projects. Gorilla Wood Glue, a PVA glue, offers the benefits of an easy-to-use water based adhesive. Gorilla Wood Glue's premium formula creates a cross-linking bond to provide superior strength indoors or out.

  • Requires only 20-30 minutes of clamp time
  • Fully cured in 24 hours
  • Use Indoors or Outdoors: Passes ANSI/HPVA Type II water resistance
  • Versatile
  • Ideal for use on hardwoods, softwoods, and natural wood composites
  • Dries natural color: Offering a natural bond line
  • Sandable
  • Compliant with FDA standards for indirect food contact
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no clamps available

can i tie some rope around the project in lieu of clamps?
Asked by: JVT
Dear JVT, This should work without a problem if the rope won't mar the piece with which you're working. I have done this with rope or string on many occasions with good results. Of course you must be careful not to get the rope into the glue anywhere on your project. You might even consider making a "Spanish Windlass" which is nothing more than inserting a stick or rod through the rope or string and twisting then holding the end of the stick with string or a clip. Again, be careful not to mar your project. This trick pulls the rope or string tighter than you can by simply pulling but you have to be careful about balancing the force applied by the rope or it can seriously mess things up. I hope this helps with your project. Sincerely, hamrdul
Answered by: hamrdul
Date published: 2016-10-25

Can this be stained with oil-based stain? Description says "Stainable and paintable".

Can this be stained with oil-based stain? Description says "Stainable and paintable".
Asked by: Steven
The thing is it doesn't mention about oil based stain. So this can be stained by water-based stain, but not oil-based???
Answered by: Steven
Date published: 2017-02-17

is this safe for animals?

i intend on making a terrarium for my corn snake, and im trying to avoid nails, and i have to avoid anything that would continue to be toxic after sitting.
Asked by: evolmedusa
I always thought terrariums were made with glass, but if you are using screws, I must be mistaken. This product is non-toxic and will not pose a threat at all. I am sure you already know this, but this is a wood glue and it is not designed for glass.
Answered by: GFactor
Date published: 2017-02-05

Does this work with the Composite shims home depot sells?

HD sells great composite shims, does this work with those?
Asked by: LawnGuy
No, since there's too little wood fiber in those 'composite' shims. If you think you need to 'glue' them, use PU glue or construction adhesive.
Answered by: Blackbeered
Date published: 2017-02-15
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8 fl. oz. Wood Glue is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 64.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Used for something needing a strong hold and so far... Used for something needing a strong hold and so far it’s just what I needed.
Date published: 2017-02-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This wood glue is the best one that I have used This wood glue is the best one that I have used
Date published: 2017-03-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It brought my chair back to life This Gorilla wood glue did wonders to my wooden chair that started coming apart. It was easy to use, just lift the top to open - press down to close. This glue is a good consistency and easy to apply, it dries quickly and blends in with the wood. I applied it and then tied with a rope in lieu of the clamps for overnight. Now my chair is once again as good as new and I'm proud of being able to fix it without any help. Highly recommended.
Date published: 2016-05-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from There are many glue choices, and every one has their purposes I do a lot of woodworking (furniture, other small wooden items). An integral part is glue choices. Home depot has a great selection of products, and Gorilla wood glue is one of my favorites. Because woodworking is very dynamic, there is no "one size fits all" glue. In some situations, pros become cons. It's best to understand what you need in your glue before selecting one. Gorilla glue has a very short open time. This means it sets up very quickly. This is great for gluing smaller items, or a small quantity of items that do not require a lot of "fussing around with" before clamps are slapped on. This is not ideal for things that need quite a bit of finesse like mortise and tenon joints. When I have something quick, need a strong initial tack, and don't want the piece to be in clamps for hours, I reach for the Gorilla wood glue. Gorilla wood glue also passes Type II water resistance. Because it is not waterproof, it's not the best for outdoor pieces or items that get wet frequently like cutting boards. It is great for the occasional splash or spill. This glue is also very light in color. One of my favorite uses for gorilla wood glue is mixing it with sawdust to make a wood filler. Because it dries very light, it's not noticeable at all. Again that short open time is also an advantage here. It's also as strong as any other wood glue I have used. It's not a "super glue" like other gorilla products though. It is a PVA type wood glue so it does require significant clamping pressure to get it's strength like all of it's competitors. Overall this is one of my favorite glues. When compared to other PVA type II glues with shorter open times, this is by far my favorite. Pictured is a serving tray I recently created using this glue. It is fantastic for gluing the miters, the splines (keys) that hold the miters together, and for gluing the handles in place. The strong initial tack, short open and clamping times, and low viscosity are just what a project like this calls for
Date published: 2013-09-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Strong Glue I do woodworking as a hobby, and often make panel glue-ups with plain edge joins. The glue has to be strong in this application, since there aren't any mechanical fasteners. This Gorilla wood glue is very strong and pretty impressive with its specifications. Open time is fairly standard for the Type II water resistant class, and clamp time is exceptionally short at 20-30 minutes. It's fairly competitive pricewise as well. I checked it against other brands, and for an apples-to-apples comparison of 8-ounce indoor/outdoor wood glues, it was pretty much the same price. I tested it out on some plain pine scraps by edge joining them and clamping for 2 hours (mainly because I forgot they were out in the garage drying). After letting the joint cure for 24 hours, I inspected it in detail. The squeeze-out had dried in a translucent amber color, and was pretty easy to scrape off with a putty knife. I started testing the strength by trying to pull the scraps apart by hand. When that failed to break the joint, I moved on to pushing them against a corner of my workbench, which didn't work either. Finally, I clamped the glue-up on the edge of the workbench, and whacked the overhanging portion with a handheld sledge. The wood fractured along the edge of the workbench, leaving the glue joint intact. I'm pretty impressed - I may just have to make the switch to Gorilla wood glue permanent!
Date published: 2015-05-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Wood Glue I really like this glue. It's easy to apply with a small brush or even your finger. It dries clear and is really strong. I use it in my shop for joining wood and to secure knots or small cracks and voids in my lumber. Because it dries clear it's also great for making repairs to wooden furniture. Just squeeze out a bead of glue on both surfaces, spread to cover the entire surface evenly, clamp the parts together and let it dry. Cleanup is easy with warm water. I would recommend this to all DIYers and hobbyists. Really handy product.
Date published: 2014-06-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A decent wood repair glue I do a lot of wood working so wood glue is in high use in my shop. This is the first time I ever used Gorilla wood glue. I've used other Gorilla glues and they've done well with the right project. The first thing I noticed about the Gorilla wood glue is the contrast - it's not as yellow, it's more of a cream color when wet. Once it has dried it is a slight tan or sand in color. It blends in well with lighter colored wood. The strength of the Gorilla wood glue is not as strong as the other brands I use. I did a simple test using a pine 1-by glued to a piece of new growth cypress. If you view the photos you will see the Gorilla glue failed mostly at the glue joint. The other brand, the wood itself broke. I believe the Gorilla glue was meant more for simple home repairs where the glue easily blends with lighter wood. The Gorilla glue is easy to work with - not too thin. It sets up in about the normal time as other brands. It sands well once dried and like other wood glues, needs to be sanded from surfaces that are going to be stained and/or coated with clear coats.
Date published: 2016-02-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Strong Adhesive, Works Well With All Wood Types Gorilla Glue is well known for it's quality adhesives for all types of tasks. This wood glue is no different, and carries the same quality of their entire product line. Easy to apply with it's flat dispenser tip, it dries fast and holds strong. Cleanup is simple, use a rag and water before it dries. A bottle this size will easily last over a good amount of projects in the workshop. When dry it can be sanded manually or with a belt, palm sander, etc. It matches most lighter woods pretty well and takes paint without issues. The tint of the glue is pretty bright, not your typical yellow wood glue, more of a very light tan. Another great adhesive by the folks at Gorilla Glue. I plan on keeping a bottle of this on hand for my woodworking from now on.
Date published: 2013-12-27
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